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What is the square root of one percent of seven point five billion?

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So, we need to find square root of one percent of seven point five billion. let's first write seven point five billions in number.

seven point five billions = 7.5 x 10^9
now 1 percent of seven point five billions = 7.5 x 10^9 x (1/100) = 7.5 x 10^7 = 75 x 10^6
Now we need to find the square root of the above number .

We know that, Sqrt(ab) = Sqrt(a) x Sqrt(b)
So, Sqrt(75 x 10^6) = Sqrt(75) x Sqrt(10^6) = 8.66 x 10^3

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1% of 7.5 is .075 and the sq root of .075 is .27
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You should enter it as follows [SQRT]36 ) [ENTER/=].
If you define some function f of a variable x you write that f(x), where the parentheses enclose the so-called argument (objet on wich the function acts). It seems that on this calculator the opening parenthesis is implicit: the calculator supplies it when you press [SQRT] but does not display it (a design flaw?). However the closing parenthesis must be entered by you to signifie to the function [SQRT] that you have finished entering the argument. Weird but one can live with it.
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It may be that you have somehow changed to a 'mode' that only shows integer values.

Try pressing the green button, then 5, then 9. Then try the calculation again.

If this fails, you can use Google as a calculator - search Google for sqrt(0.4053) and see what happens.. :-)

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